Honda, Mitsubishi to recall combined 562,000 cars


TOKYO, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Japan's Honda Motor Co and Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Thursday they would recall a combined 562,585 cars worldwide in another sign of heightening quality issues in the auto industry. Honda, Japan's No.2 auto maker, said it would recall 213,209 cars spanning four models in Japan, for a cost of about 860 million yen ($7.88 million). Fourth-ranked Mitsubishi Motors said its recall of 349,376 cars worldwide would cost under five billion yen. Both companies ...

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